If I was on short time, I'd be sure to hear DeVore Fidelity - wonderful speakers. But I just checked the exhibitor list and I don't see him listed?I'll be there Friday from opening until 4. Any suggestions for must-sees in the few hours I'll have there?
If I were there I'd want to hear the new Audio Note (AN) TT3 turntable. Many years ago I heard the old TT3 which was basically a Voyd Reference turntable and it was then the best turntable I'd ever heard. But AN bought out Voyd and began making them under their own company - but the manufacturer building the motors (3 motor turntable) closed.I'll be there Friday from opening until 4. Any suggestions for must-sees in the few hours I'll have there?
I believe that would be the Primare R35. It looks to be more adjustable than the R32, but I'm so happy with the R32 that I don't feel that I need it...I use it with a SUT anyway. I absolutely love it, one of the best purchases I've made. I think Primare deserves a lot more talk than they get. The matching preamp I had was as good as many much much more expensive options I tried.If I were going, I'd be looking at analog stuff, and Harbeth (of course). I see Pure Fidelity is listed . They're based in Vancouver, and reviewed here. Nice compact turntables. Not cheap mind you, but what is these days ? Also Audio Note, and Charisma Audio. Loudspeakers - Ryan and Sonist would be on the list. And why not Wharfedale with a resurrected Linton. For lottery grade stuff probably Magico.
There is a link for new products on the website; for @JohnVF there is a new Primare phonostage.
I'd also check out Mofi, Elusive Disc, and Acoustic Sounds for vinyl deals.